EE2111 Homework #7 A03 Assigned 09 October 03 Problem 1. Hambly 15.29 Problem 2. Hambly 15.30 Problem 3. Hambly 15.35 Problem 4. Hambly 15.45 Problem 5. Hambly 15.48 Problem 6. Hambly 15.49 Problem 7. Hambly 15.52 Problem 8. A lossless coaxial cable has c
EE2111 Homework #5 A03 Assigned 25 September 03 Problem 1. Hambly P6.3 Solution: Shown below is matlab code to plot the function Due 1 October 03
vt (t ) = 1 +
1 cos(2000nt ) 2 2 n =1,3, ,19 n
8
n=1000; t = 0:0.002/n:0.002; v = 1 +(8/(pi*pi)*cos(2000*pi*t
EE2111 Homework #4 A03 Assigned 18 September 03 Problem 1. Hambly P4.20 Due 23 September 03
100 = 1 A, t 0 75 + 25 100 =4A i ( ) = 25 L 2 = = R 25 i (t ) = i (t ) = [i(0 ) i ( )]e
t
Solution:
+ i ( ) t 0 t0
= [1 4]e 12.5t + 4 = 4 3e 12.5t
Problem 2. Hamb
EE2111 Homework #3 A03 Assigned 11 September 02 Problem 1. Hambly P3.22 Solution: Using Due 17 September 02
C=
A LW
d = d
and Vmax
= Kd
to
substitute into
W max
1 LW 2 2 1 2 Wmax = K d = K WLd . However the volume 2 d 2 of the dielectric is Vol = WLd so t
EE2111 Homework #6 A03 Assigned 02 October 03 Problem 1. Hambly 15.6 Problem 2. Hambly 15.7 Problem 3. Hambly 15.9 Problem 4. Hambly 15.10 Problem 5. Hambly 15.18 Problem 6. Hambly 15.19 Problem 7. Hambly 15.21 Problem 8. Hambly 15.22 Problem 9. Hambly 15
EE2111 Homework #5 A03 Assigned 25 September 03 Problem 1. Hambly P6.3 Problem 2. Hambly P6.8 Problem 3. Hambly P6.16 Problem 4. Hambly P6.19 Problem 5. Hambly P6.20 Problem 6. Hambly P6.45 Problem 7. Hambly P6.48 Problem 8. Hambly P6.50 Problem 9. Hambly
EE2111 Homework #4 A03 Assigned 18 September 03 Problem 1. Hambly P4.20 Problem 2. Hambly P4.22 Problem 3. Hambly P4.25 Problem 4. Hambly P4.26 Problem 5. Hambly P4.27 Problem 6. Hambly P4.28 Problem 7. Hambly P4.35 Problem 8. Hambly P4.36 Problem 9. Hamb
EE2111 Homework #3 A03 Assigned 11 September 02 Problem 1. Hambly P3.22 Problem 2. Hambly P3.23 Problem 3. Hambly P3.35 Problem 4. Hambly P3.36 Problem 5. Hambly P4.3 Problem 6. Hambly P4.6 Problem 7. Hambly P4.9 Problem 8. Hambly P4.14 Problem 9. Hambly
EE2111 Homework #2 A03 Assigned 04 September 03 Problem 1. Hambly P2.37 Problem 2. Hambly P2.39 Problem 3. Hambly P2.40 Problem 4. Hambly P2.45 Problem 5. Hambly P2.46 Problem 6. Hambly P2.47 Problem 7. Hambly P2.52 Problem 8. Hambly P2.55 Problem 9. Hamb
EE2111 Homework #1 A03 Assigned 28 August 03 Due 3 September 03
Practice with Complex Number Manipulation Remember: Complex numbers can be expressed in rectangular, polar or exponential forms. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of complex
EE2111 Homework #7 A03 Assigned 09 October 03 Problem 1. Hambly 15.29 Solution: 2 N 2 (200 ) L= = = 80 mH 5 10 5 Problem 2. Hambly 15.30 Solution: The impedance of an inductance to a sinusoidal current is V 120 ZL = L = 90 0 = j 90 IL 1
L= ZL j 90 = = 0.3
EE2111 Homework #2 A03 Assigned 04 September 03 Problem 1. Hambly P2.37 Solution: First, we can write
ix =
Due 10 September 03
Then since v1 v2 = 5ix , we have
v1 v2 =
v1 = 2v2 .
v1 10 5v1 v1 = 10 2
or
Now we will do nodal analysis at nodes I and 2. For n
EE2111 Homework #1 A03 Assigned 28 August 03 Due 3 September 03
Practice with Complex Number Manipulation Remember: Complex numbers can be expressed in rectangular, polar or exponential forms. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of complex
EE2111 Homework #6 A03 Assigned 02 October 03 Problem 1. Hambly 15.6 Solution: Equation 15.4 in the text states:
f = ilB sin
Due 08 October 03
Since the wire is perpendicular to the field, = 90 0 . Solving for the flux: f 3 B= = = 0.6 T il 10 .5 Problem